On Tuesday, November 19, 2019, over fifteen thousand supporters of public education travelled to the Indiana State Capitol in Indianapolis to advocate for changes within the state’s public schools. Numerous teachers from Fort Wayne Community Schools attended the event to represent the state’s largest school district. Schools within the district
Fort Wayne lawyers Steve Shine and Tom Hardin hosted their 15th Annual “Christmas on Broadway” celebration on Novemeber 22. U.S. Senator Todd Young had the honors of lighting the tree, but there was also a familiar Snider face seen on stage. Mr. Evan Grotemat, a Snider social studies teacher, and his
Every year, Snider works to collect and donate canned food items for charity. This year, Snider students and staff donated 9,232 cans and nonperishable items to St. Mary's soup kitchen in downtown Fort Wayne. The donated food items were delivered to St. Mary's on December 3rd. Snider Panthers worked together
Snider tied with Concordia for first place in Northeast Indiana's Tech Fest competition and brought home the 2019 Tech Fest Cup on Friday, November 22nd. Students from all grade levels traveled to McMillen Park Community Center that morning to compete in the STEM events, which included science, mathematics, engineering, programming,
One main selling point of the deal is to modify America’s energy system. Supporters of the deal call for the end to nuclear and fossil fuel subsidies. Proponents of the Green New Deal plan to put more money toward sustainable energy research and give workers of fossil fuel companies compensation and benefits.
Each year, the Women’s Press Club of Indiana – our state chapter of the National Federation of Press Women – invites high school and college journalism students in Indiana to submit their articles for feedback and awards. The following journalism students won awards for their articles written from February 2018 to January 2019. A total of five Snider journalism students won nine awards in this competition.
Each year, Ball State University invites high school students to submit journalism pieces for judging in a variety of categories. A total of nine Snider journalism students won sixteen awards for various titles written from April 2018 to February 2019.
The 28th annual Nicholas Jazz Festival will be held at Snider this Saturday. The Nicholas Invitational was named after Carl Nicholas, former choir director at Snider. Thirty-seven high school and middle school big bands, jazz string ensembles and combos will compete for top honors.
To celebrate United States veterans and honor their contributions to America, Snider social studies teachers Ms. Tiffany Hanley and Mr. Barry Menor organize an annual event where veterans volunteer to come to Snider and speak to students about their experiences in the service.
Indiana took a different route from other states. Instead of having more armed guards on school campuses, Governor Eric Holcomb offered handheld metal detectors free of cost to local schools.